Hotel Puerta de Santillana
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The city of Madrid is a place of colour and art and passion. And loads of other things so it was no real surprise that today we experienced a near-sensory overload. Once we dispensed with the delicious hotel breaky we decided we needed to fast-track our relatively slow understanding of the Spanish language after Juile struggled to get a spoon from the waiter. I went and purchased a small notebook to set some "words for the day" to focus on. Hence spoon - la ...
... distracting. We are showing our age!
We walked to the Corral and back. At 10:30 we were out to find the perfect street restaurant for dinner. It seemed every perfect restaurant had no table so at 11 PM we settled for “The Best Hamburger in the World” at a place called Bentleys.The hamburger and fries were tasty.
We went to the most famous Flamenco Theater in the world and ate the best hamburger in the world. What a night!
... there was even a slight delay in my responding is only topped by the amazing Easter lunch I shared with the family. It was my most memorable Easter ever. Thank you, and all my best wishes! Team Utrecht, made up of, superstars: John Arthur, Brendan Lord and David Hamer. Showed me a seriously crazy time in the Netherlands. Taking me in for kings day when they already had an apartment full of people was nothing short of gentlemanly. Then, Hamer, taking the time to hang with me after ...
... walked towards plaza mayor. The actuala musel del jam is here. Took pictures in square. Met 3 simgaporeans one malay and 2chinese. On a labour conference. Went to mercato . Very nice food area. Walked dowm the road past plaza mayor. Walked back. Took the pecedaroso calle stereet to look for shopping.e ended up ont eht other end of gran via road. Chandini legs aching. Walked down gran via emed to plaza ...
A grade 6 girl asked me today "what is that?" pointing to my bracelet. I was impressed that her English was so good to include "is" only to have Virginia correct her to "what that". So hard to keep my mouth shut!
At the chemist, I got some back tablets and cold tablets. She put my order into the computer an a few seconds later we saw the tablets spinning down a slide from an upper level. I'm still undecided as to whether it's ingenious or ...